More than 50 new COVID-19 cases a day are currently being reported in Yavapai County — a number that Community Health Services Director Leslie Horton says is down significantly from just a month ago.
Yavapai County reports 331 COVID-19 cases and three deaths since Wednesday June 8, 2022. There have been 49,886 positive cases and 1,234 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic.
The county reported 1,229 COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths since Friday, Jan. 14, Yavapai County Community Health Services stated Tuesday.
An Arizona appellate court has upheld a lower court's decision to deny a request for COVID-19-related medical records it said could include information that should be kept private.
Details are emerging surrounding Arizona’s first known case of the COVID-19 Omicron variant — which is in Yavapai County — such as officials believing more omicron-positive individuals likely exist locally.
Health officials in Arizona are reporting more than 2,700 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases but no new deaths.
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Wednesday reported an additional 2,180 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 124 more deaths, increasing the state's pandemic totals to 1,175,520 cases and 21,273 deaths.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has authorized Moderna and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 booster doses for eligible individuals.
It is a myth that if you are vaccinated for COVID-19, you won’t get sick.
Officials in Arizona have reported 2,378 additional COVID-19 cases and one addition death from the virus as of Monday, Sept. 6.
Arizona on Thursday, Sept. 2, reported 3,470 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases and 26 more deaths as virus-related hospitalizations and other pandemic metrics continued to climb during the current surge.
One day after Arizona surpassed the 1 million milestone in confirmed coronavirus cases, the state on Saturday, Aug. 28, reported nearly 3,900 additional cases, the most since February during the winter surge.
Arizona on Thursday, Aug. 26, reported 3,621 additional COVID-19 cases and 13 more deaths as the state’s pandemic total number of infections neared the 1 million mark.
The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) reported 3,546 new confirmed COVID-19 cases and four more deaths Thursday, Aug. 19, bringing the state’s total to 976,471 cases and 18,508 deaths since the pandemic began.
Arizona on Saturday, Aug. 14, reported nearly 3,500 new virus cases – following more than 3,000 more on Friday.
Arizona on Friday, Aug. 13, reported over 3,000 additional virus cases for the first time in six months as legal wrangling over school districts' mask-wearing restrictions escalated.
The Arizona Department of Health Services’ dashboard reported 2,582 additional confirmed cases on Tuesday, Aug. 10, as well as 12 deaths. ADHS on Tuesday added 63 new cases to the Yavapai County tally and no deaths.
Retail and food chains across the country have updated their mask policies following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stating that fully vaccinated people should wear masks indoors where COVID-19 is in “substantial” or “high” transmission.
While the state has added thousands of new COVID-19 cases to its tally since Friday, Yavapai County officials reported an average of 53 cases a day over the weekend.
Arizona on Saturday, July 31, reported over 2,000 additional confirmed COVID-19 infections for the first time in nearly five months amid a continuing increase in the state's rolling average of new cases and more virus-related hospitalizations.
Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS) Director Leslie Horton will host a town hall meeting at 11:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 2, via Facebook Live to answer questions about COVID-19 and the Delta variant that is spreading throughout Yavapai County.
One of Arizona’s biggest hospital systems renewed a call Thursday, July 22, for people to get vaccinated, citing an increase in seriously ill COVID-19 patients in just a few weeks.
Arizona is back to reporting more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases in one day.
Arizona on Saturday, July 10, reported 807 additional confirmed COVID-19 cases as the state passed the pandemic milestone of 900,000 virus cases.
Yavapai County reported 94 COVID-19 cases since Tuesday, July 7, for an average of 23 cases per day. There were 36 cases reported overnight Thursday — 32 of them in the Quad Cities.
Arizona has administered over 6.5 million COVID-19 vaccinations, with 49.8% of the population vaccinated with at least one dose, however the number of unvaccinated and under-vaccinated continues to be worrisome, according health officials Tuesday.
Spectrum Healthcare will be providing free COVID-19 vaccinations for walk-in patients from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, June 17, at St. Vincent De Paul, 120 N. Summit Avenue in Prescott.
Arizona authorities on Saturday, June 12, reported 570 additional COVID-19 cases and 21 deaths from the virus.
With the aim of getting as many people vaccinated as possible, Dignity Health-Yavapai Regional Medical Group announced on Monday, May 24, its primary care practices throughout the quad-city area will begin as of Wednesday, May 26, offering COVID-19 vaccines by appointment to children 12 to 18 as well as adults 18 and older.
Currently, Arizona has vaccinated 45.3% of the population with one dose of COVID-19 vaccine with Yavapai County at 41.5%, according to a news release from Yavapai County Community Health Services (YCCHS). As of this week, 25 states have vaccinated at least 50% of their populations against COVID-19.